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Last month I went to whatthetech.com to try to get rid of spy ware/trojans, that took us a while to get it cleaned. But it took my windows sounds off, I guess it deleted them or something. I want to know is there anyway that I can get them back?
If that does not fix your problem, I would then hold down the WinLogo key and press Pause/Break. Click on Hardware then Device Manager. Click on the + sign beside Sounds and right click on what pops up there. Choose Update Driver, and allow Windows to search the Net.
If Windows finds a new driver, you may have to reboot, but see what happens.
(Make sure there are no headphones plugged in anywhere as that will cut off your speakers.)